Matsuri is a Japanese restaurant chain. There are several in Paris. The concept is as follows: when you arrive, you sit on small wooden chairs in front of a conveyor belt on which the dishes run. Makis, sushi, seaweed salads, coleslaw, sashimi, tartars are on a conveyor belt around you. All you have to do is help yourself by taking the dish that passes in front of you whenever you want.
The prices of the small dishes vary according to the colour of the plates: 3€ for white plates, 4€ for green plates, 5€ for red plates. If you don’t like the dishes in front of you, you can also order à la carte directly by asking the waiter like in a classic restaurant. What I like here is the originality of the makis and sushi, which are not only salmon and tuna but also chicken and shrimp, for example. The recipes are sometimes surprising, but it’s fresh and good.
There are also starters and desserts: green tea mochi, chocolate cake, yuzu cheesecake or fruit salad. I therefore recommend this place if you want to eat original sushi in an original and fun place in Paris.